Upcoming Events in Palo Alto
Experience the Local Scene During Your Visit
No matter when you check into Dinah’s Garden Hotel, the top events in Palo Alto and Silicon Valley, the hub of innovation, are taking place just moments away. Get swept up in the local scene at any number of seasonal occasions, holiday festivals and sporting and cultural events that make this region such a great place to visit. Please view our event calendar below to find out what’s on in Palo Alto during your visit.
In addition to being the home stadium for the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers, Levi’s Stadium hosts the Bay Area’s largest concerts and performances throughout the year.
This indoor arena is home to the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League and also the site of concerts and family friendly events like the Harlem Globetrotters, Cique de Soleil, the U.S. Figure Skating Championships and more.
This indoor arena is home to the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association and also the site of concerts and many other events.
The largest convention and exhibition complex in San Francisco, the Moscone Center hosts some of the city’s biggest events throughout the year, including the SF Auto Show and the Fancy Foods Show.
Silicon Valley’s premier convention center is the site of numerous technology conferences and conventions, such as Facebook F8 and Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, along with auto shows and political rallies.
Catch Great Music and More, Live at the Mountain Winery! Great Mountain Winery Concerts 2020 are coming your way in the next few months, and this website can help you find amazing tickets for any one of them! Not only do we have amazing listings for all upcoming shows, but we'll continuously update this page to ensure it has every show on the venue's schedule.
IBM Think 2020 and the associated PartnerWorld conference are scheduled for May 1-8 in San Francisco. CEO Ginni Rometty typically keynotes Think, IBM while partners typically gather for PartnerWorld.
Staged by Salesforce, this conference of “tech disruptors” draws 170,000 attendees, making it the largest tech conference in San Francisco.